Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     The Sick Child. I    Lithograph printed in colour, 1896  Schiefler 59; Woll 72 variant X (plates A2, B, C and F)  Signed in pencil.  Printed from four stones. With the keystone in the second state printed in black and the printed signature, and with the three colour stones B, C and F respectively being printed in grey, yellow, and red. This is Woll's variant X.  Image Size : 41.6 x 56.2cm (16.4 x 22.1in) Sheet Size : 53.7 x 69.2cm (21.1 x 27.2in)  POA
       
     
  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     Harpy    Drypoint printed in black, 1894  Schiefler IV.b; Woll 4 third state of four, III (of IV.b).  Signed in pencil lower right.  Woll lists only four impressions of the third state. Our impression is most probably that recorded as 'Impression by Felsing on heavy beige paper'.  Inscribed 'O Felsing Berlin Gdr.' in pencil on the extreme lower edge of the image, and 'avant la lettre' in pencil under the signature.  With the stamp of the collector Harald Holst Halvorsen.  Printed on thick beige paper.  Image Size : 28.9 x 21.8cm (11.4 x 8.6in) Sheet Size : 54.5 x 43.4cm (21.5 x 17.1in)  POA
       
     
  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     Puberty    Drypoint, 1902  Woll 186  Signed by the printer in pencil.  Image Size : 18.8 x 15cm (7.4 x 5.9in)  POA
       
     
  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     The Cat    Drypoint, 1896  Schiefler 89; Woll 33.I.a (of III.b.)  An extremely fine impression of the very rare first state, with very large margins (308x363 mm, probably the full sheet) and from an esteemed provenance.  The print is very rare outside the Munch Museum.  'The Cat' is one of the earliest representations, in which the artist represented a woman in the role of a Männermörderin. The head of the man is similar to the face of the man in the well-known lithograph 'Jealousy'.  Image Size : 15.8 x 12.8cm (6.2 x 5in) Sheet Size : 30.8 x 36.3cm (12.1 x 14.3in)  POA   
       
     
  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     The Sick Child. I    Lithograph printed in colour, 1896  Schiefler 59; Woll 72 variant X (plates A2, B, C and F)  Signed in pencil.  Printed from four stones. With the keystone in the second state printed in black and the printed signature, and with the three colour stones B, C and F respectively being printed in grey, yellow, and red. This is Woll's variant X.  Image Size : 41.6 x 56.2cm (16.4 x 22.1in) Sheet Size : 53.7 x 69.2cm (21.1 x 27.2in)  POA
       
     

Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)

The Sick Child. I

Lithograph printed in colour, 1896

Schiefler 59; Woll 72 variant X (plates A2, B, C and F)

Signed in pencil.

Printed from four stones. With the keystone in the second state printed in black and the printed signature, and with the three colour stones B, C and F respectively being printed in grey, yellow, and red. This is Woll's variant X.

Image Size : 41.6 x 56.2cm (16.4 x 22.1in)
Sheet Size : 53.7 x 69.2cm (21.1 x 27.2in)

POA

  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     Harpy    Drypoint printed in black, 1894  Schiefler IV.b; Woll 4 third state of four, III (of IV.b).  Signed in pencil lower right.  Woll lists only four impressions of the third state. Our impression is most probably that recorded as 'Impression by Felsing on heavy beige paper'.  Inscribed 'O Felsing Berlin Gdr.' in pencil on the extreme lower edge of the image, and 'avant la lettre' in pencil under the signature.  With the stamp of the collector Harald Holst Halvorsen.  Printed on thick beige paper.  Image Size : 28.9 x 21.8cm (11.4 x 8.6in) Sheet Size : 54.5 x 43.4cm (21.5 x 17.1in)  POA
       
     

Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)

Harpy

Drypoint printed in black, 1894

Schiefler IV.b; Woll 4 third state of four, III (of IV.b).

Signed in pencil lower right.

Woll lists only four impressions of the third state. Our impression is most probably that recorded as 'Impression by Felsing on heavy beige paper'.

Inscribed 'O Felsing Berlin Gdr.' in pencil on the extreme lower edge of the image, and 'avant la lettre' in pencil under the signature.

With the stamp of the collector Harald Holst Halvorsen.

Printed on thick beige paper.

Image Size : 28.9 x 21.8cm (11.4 x 8.6in)
Sheet Size : 54.5 x 43.4cm (21.5 x 17.1in)

POA

  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     Puberty    Drypoint, 1902  Woll 186  Signed by the printer in pencil.  Image Size : 18.8 x 15cm (7.4 x 5.9in)  POA
       
     

Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)

Puberty

Drypoint, 1902

Woll 186

Signed by the printer in pencil.

Image Size : 18.8 x 15cm (7.4 x 5.9in)

POA

  Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)     The Cat    Drypoint, 1896  Schiefler 89; Woll 33.I.a (of III.b.)  An extremely fine impression of the very rare first state, with very large margins (308x363 mm, probably the full sheet) and from an esteemed provenance.  The print is very rare outside the Munch Museum.  'The Cat' is one of the earliest representations, in which the artist represented a woman in the role of a Männermörderin. The head of the man is similar to the face of the man in the well-known lithograph 'Jealousy'.  Image Size : 15.8 x 12.8cm (6.2 x 5in) Sheet Size : 30.8 x 36.3cm (12.1 x 14.3in)  POA   
       
     

Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)

The Cat

Drypoint, 1896

Schiefler 89; Woll 33.I.a (of III.b.)

An extremely fine impression of the very rare first state, with very large margins (308x363 mm, probably the full sheet) and from an esteemed provenance.

The print is very rare outside the Munch Museum.

'The Cat' is one of the earliest representations, in which the artist represented a woman in the role of a Männermörderin. The head of the man is similar to the face of the man in the well-known lithograph 'Jealousy'.

Image Size : 15.8 x 12.8cm (6.2 x 5in)
Sheet Size : 30.8 x 36.3cm (12.1 x 14.3in)

POA